See also: hh, Hh, HH, hH, and ḥḥ

EgyptianEdit

PronunciationEdit

 

NounEdit

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F10

 m

  1. neck of a human
  2. throat
    Synonym: bgs
    • c. 1859 BCE – 1840 BCE, The Story of Sinuhe, version B (pBerlin 3022 and pAmherst n-q) lines 21–22:[1]
      x
      r
      A15
      n
      ibE8tA2AsV2
      D54
      n
      f
      w
      n
      t
      bZ6kwA1x
      x
      F11A1xmwP5
      ḫr.n jbt ꜣs.n.f w(j) ntb.kw ḫḫ.j ḫm.w
      Thirst fell and overtook me so that I was parched and my throat was like dust.

InflectionEdit

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DescendantsEdit

  • Bohairic Coptic: ϧⲁϧ (xax)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allen, James (2015) Middle Egyptian Literature: Eight Literary Works of the Middle Kingdom, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, page 71–72